Thursday, 5 June 2014

Canon serves up its own cloud-based image repository



We're shooting pictures with DLSRs, point-and-shoots, GoPros and smartphone cameras currently, so keeping all of these snaps in one place may be a task. trying to assist ease the advancement, Canon has introduced irista: its own cloud-based storage service for wrangling all of these photos during a similar fashion as Dropbox's Carousel. As you may expect, the interface is driven by search and tag options aboard a customizable timeline and covered UI. Details like lens kind, location and more may be tacked on to every image for simple sorting. There aren't any dedicated mobile apps, however you'll automatically set files with a desktop app, manually through a web interface and directly from each Facebook and Flickr libraries. In terms of area, you will get 10GB for free -- which can top off quickly if you are taking plenty of pictures at larger sizes. 50GB and 100GB tiers are accessible too, at £4.49/€4.99 per month (£45.00/€49.00 per year) and £9.99/€10.99 per month (£99.00/€109.00 per year) severally. in comparison with Dropbox, that is 8GB more room before shelling out funds, however it's 5GB less than Google Drive's no-cost possibility.

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